WInds gust over 30 miles per hour overnight

It was not as windy or rainy as expected but it was breezy and wet.

Taft picked up a third of an inch of rain and saw winds gusts to 32 miles per hour from the storm that blew in overnight Monday into Tuesday.

The high wind warning for the area was downgraded to a wind watch and expired at 7 a.m.

Most of the rain fell before dawn, but light rain showers continued through midday and the National Weather Service said showers can be expected to taper off into the evening hours, ending before midnight.

There's still a chance of heavier rain from some of the showers.

After tonight, there's no more rain in the forecast at least through the first party of next week.

Temperatures will be cooler for the next several days with the potential for some night and morning valley fog beginning Thursday.

Overnight lows will be in the 40s through the weekend with highs in the 50s though Friday warming to the mid 60s for the weekend and first part of next week.